Fulton Hill Properties specializes in urban transformation and adaptive reuse real estate developments

New owners for former Church Hill school

A Charlottesville-area real estate firm has staked an $8 million claim in Church Hill. B.R.J. Enterprises, a Keswick-based company headed by Susan and Dennis Ould, landed in the Richmond market last month after buying Church Hill’s Lava Lofts apartments from local estate company Fulton Hill Properties.


Renovating Richmond // Fulton Hill Studios

Here in Richmond, as well as across the country, we’re noticing more and more developers reclaiming buildings that once sat idle, restoring them to former glory, and discovering new and interesting ways to use them beyond their intended purpose.

blog.ledbury.com/?p=8641 and www.ledbury.com/lookbook/September2013

Working to break free from the past

Four days after celebrating the Fourth of July this summer, members of Greater Fulton’s Future steering committee gathered at a century-old, former elementary school turned state-of-the art real estate development company.


Schoolhouse Oasis

Margaret Freund was fated to find her home in the 1916 Robert S. Fulton School building. The local real-estate developer first encountered the property as a musician in the early '90s when her band, Theories of the Old School, leased a music studio in the basement.